Gateway Pipeline completes pipeline construction projects of all scopes and sizes. Here, our team is adding an above ground valve in central Oklahoma.
Gateway Pipeline starts right of way clearing on a 16” steel pipeline project in NW Oklahoma.
Gateway’s pipeline construction team completing a 12” steel project in northwest Oklahoma. http://bit.ly/2nId0hn
Gateway’s hydrovac team recently completed a project daylighting a 15 ft. trench inside a customer’s natural gas facility in Wilson Kansas. During the hydro-excavation project the team moved over 200 cubic yards of material so that updates could be made to aging infrastructure. http://bit.ly/2nI4i2x
Over the last two years, Gateway Services Group has been providing survey support on a 48-inch natural gas pipeline supporting LNG operations on the Gulf Coast. Pictured here are two Gateway team members collecting data on a valve site as part of our as-built survey responsibilities on the project.
March 31, 2017- Gateway Hydrovac crew daylighting inside a crude oil storage facility in Mayesville, Oklahoma
Pictured are Gateway Services Group crew members providing survey support on a 48inch pipeline routed along the US Gulf Coast. Gateway’s survey scope included preliminary routing, construction staking, and an as-built of the pipeline and its related facilities.
Gateway’s Hydrovac service is excavating holes for power line poles in an area highly congested with underground utilities. Hydro excavation is the safest way to excavate in areas with existing pipelines. If you are installing power poles, fences posts, or digging around existing pipelines, Gateway’s two hydrovac trucks can assist you with your excavation projects.
Gateway Pipeline completes a 16 inch discharge line in Oklahoma’s premier “STACK” oil and gas play
Gateway Services Group team members participate in a round table discussion on safety best practices.